Writer Jasmine Rowland speaks to fellow second year students to share advice on how they’ve been keeping busy during covid-19
Writer Heidy Lo questions if university really can be the best years of your life, especially as we graduate so young
Sophia Ashby challenges herself to live on £20 for a week, offering her experiences and advice in the process.
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
Instagram is full of fitness related accounts, but how damaging is ‘fitspiration’? Emma Price looks at the wealth of misinformation spread by influencers, and the impact it has on both mental and physical health
Sylvie Copley talks about The Big Change Society, and how students can help tackle the issue of homelessness while at University.
Living in private accommodation, and unhappy with your living conditions? You aren’t alone! Here are some general tips on how you can better your situation
James Huyton speak candidly to The Mancunion about LGBTQ hate crime, how we can recognise it, and what you can do to combat it
Phoebe Moore writes that students’ disrupted timetable due to the UCU strikes impacts our education, but may also be impacting our wellbeing
Barclays warns that students are at risk of being targeted by criminals due to their financial worries and their ignorance towards the consequences of being used as a money mule
As term, and university for many, draws to an end, Eva Gerretsen gives some much needed advice on how to prepare for life as a post-grad.
In the midst of student house hunting season, Sophia Ashby takes a look at the do’s and don’ts of choosing a property.
Buckle up: the girl you love to hate spills her secrets on how to have it all.
Thinking of making a complaint, but unsure of the process?
In consideration of last week’s discussion of hate crime, Victoria Payton details what to do and who can help you in these situations
Thinking you might need to apply for mitigating circumstances but not sure what to do? Senior advisor, Rebekah Ollerenshaw, advises how it should be done